Period & Ovulation Tracker, Ovulation calculator Apk
Period and Ovulation Tracker Lilly helps you to track your cycle and can reliably predict your upcoming menstruation, fertile days and ovulation. Never get caught off guard by your period again. For a woman trying to conceive we have ovulation calculator that predicts your fertile window and helps you get pregnant faster. Even more you can enter daily notes and track PMS symptoms, moods and intercourse.
Lilly learns from your inputs and makes better prediction of future periods and fertile windows through time, we use all up to date scientific methods available to track and plan your cycle.
Using Lilly is easy, just tap a single button once a month on first day of your period and relax, Lilly will do all the heavy lifting for you.
One more thing that separates Lilly from all the others is vibrant woman community called Girl Talk. Become a part of our supportive woman community and take control of your health, help others with your experience
and get advice and support in time of need.
Lilly can help you with this features:
– timely notifications about upcoming period, ovulation, fertile window and late period
– birth control reminder which includes pill, patch and ring protection
– unique year calendar view which enables you to plan in advance vacation with your loved ones, date with boyfriend or important meeting
– PIN code privacy protection
– basal body temperature tracker with two decimal digits precision and easy to use graphs
– protected or unprotected intercourse/sex tracking
We want to hear from you! Please email comments and suggestions to [email protected]
★ Whether you are trying to conceive, avoid pregnancy or simply want to track your cycle and moods you are in the right place with Period & Ovulation Tracker.
★ Girl Talk, our positive online community for women where you can chit-chat about anything you are interested in.
★ Lilly’s Log gives you some great advice on TTC, pregnancy, parenting…
★ Pill reminder, It makes sure you’ll never forget your contraception ever again.
|Published||Jul 7, 2017|